COOL LINKS

Progression Magazine

http://progressionmagazine.com

Excerpt from the Progression Magazine homepage: "Progression is a full-size quarterly magazine devoted to news, reviews, intervews, and features involving a wide range of progressive, new age, electronic, avant-garde music artists from the United States and all corners of the globe ... Progression strives to highlight emerging talent in the progressive realm ... A typical edition of the magazine exceeds 70 pages and showcases exclusive, in-depth interviews with progressive artists. Also included are dozens of concert and album reviews, tour itineraries, and information on new album and video releases. Photographs accompany the articles. All editorial material is compiled by professional journalists and musicians with years of experience in progressive music."


Kinesis

http://www.kinesiscd.com

Excellent progressive rock label with over 20 original titles. Kinesis is also a retailer for many additional prog CDs, and they carry all of the Think Tank Media titles. Great links to other prog sites, downloadable audio files and review excerpts round out this first-rate site.


Progressive Rock Radio Network

The Progressive Rock Radio Network

http://www.progradio.net/prog2k

Much more than just internet radio, The PRRN is a very thorough and highly visual music review site that offers some seriously in-depth coverage of select prog albums. Great graphics and Real Audio files are offered for your consumption. Individual pages for Rocket Scientists, Erik Norlander and Ayreon are presented.

To jump directly to the Rocket Scientists page on The PRRN, click here.

To jump directly to the Erik Norlander page on The PRRN, click here.

 

p r o g r a d i o . c o m

progradio.com http://www.progradio.com Not to be confused with progradio.net, this is another great prog site with streaming audio.

Musical Discoveries

Musical Discoveries

Contemporary, progressive and crossover female vocalists

http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/rwelliot/

An exceptionally well - crafted site focusing on artistic female rock vocalists and featuring Lana Lane. To jump immediately to the Musical Discoveries feature section on Lana Lane, click on this link.

Progressive World

Progressive World http://www.progressiveworld.net Another great and very extensive prog review site.

Music Street Journal

Music Street Journal http://www.musicstreetjournal.com Music Street Journal is reviews, news and interviews covering all genres, but with a primary emphasis on progressive rock and a secondary on prog metal/metal.
 

http://www.prognaut.com A great progressive rock site with a focus on the LA prog scene

The Classic Rock Society (England)

http://www.deadlineuk.com/crs

The Classic Rock Society ("CRS") is based in Rotherham, England, and has subscribers throughout the world. It is dedicated to promoting the growth of all progressive rock music, but particularly of new and up-and-coming bands. The society focuses on three main areas: (1) Publication of its monthly magazine "Wondrous Stories", (2) Promoting monthly gigs at Herringthorpe Leisure Centre in Rotherham and (3) Sales of CDs and promotional items. Martin, Paul, Terry and all at the Classic Rock Society have been great friends to Think Tank Media over the years. Cheers mates!


Music News Network

http://www.musicnewsnetwork.net

Exclusive interviews with prog artists. Also features giveaways, tour dates, timely news articles, photos, record release dates, television appearances, and other news. There is a MNN paper magazine that has been published EVERY month for four years now. Proprietors Lisa and Christine are always on top of the American prog scene. Note their new website information.


Echoes from the Illusion

http://www.dreamcurrents.com/lanalane

A great Japanese authorized fan site for Lana Lane, Erik Norlander and Rocket Scientists.


Stick Enterprises

http://www.stick.com

Manufacturer and distributor of The Chapman Stick®, a unique electric stringed instrument created by Emmett Chapman. The Stick embodies a powerful new method of making music by tapping on the strings with both hands. Also available is the new NS/Stick®, designed together by Emmett Chapman and Ned Steinberger.


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